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Propane Autogas Reduces Fleet Carbon Emissions

Low carbon fuels loom large with fleets seeking to reduce their environmental footprint. Here’s the important role that propane autogas is playing today.

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7 Best Strategies to Cut the Insane Cost of Your Gas Bill

The price of gas today is unbelievable. Who would have thought we would be paying $5.00 or more per gallon in many parts of the country? Here’s what to do.

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Electric BMW iX xDrive50 Delivers Driving Thrills

About the size of an X5, the new BMW iX xDrive50 is the first of this automaker’s sport-activity vehicles designed from the start to be purely electric.

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The Best! Electric Trucks Score Top Awards

Viewed as significant sources of carbon emissions, trucks are evolving. Next-generation electric trucks are coming with zero emissions and high efficiency.

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Tested: Driving 10,000 Miles in a Ford Escape Hybrid

We’ve driven the magazine’s long-term Ford Escape Hybrid test car for 10,000 miles with remarkably high efficiency. That means spending less time on the hunt for expensive fossil fuel.

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Yes! VW Brings Back the Microbus as an Electric

Volkswagen has unveiled its eagerly-awaited ID.Buzz electric microvan, though we won’t be getting this model in the States until 2024.

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What It’s Like to Drive on Hydrogen

Green Car Journal editors have witnessed the progress being made with hydrogen vehicles over 30 years. You may not be one of the lucky ones driving one today, but you could be in the future.

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Driving GM’s In-Wheel Motor EV Was a Blast!

In-wheel motor technology has potential to become a mainstream part of the EV landscape. GM showed the way with its electric S-10 demonstrator two decades ago.

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Alfa Romeo First: New Tonale Plug-In Hybrid Crossover

Alfa Romeo is a brand unfamiliar to many, but that will change as the 2023 Tonale plug-in hybrid joins the automaker’s U.S. lineup late this year.

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Chevy Silverado EV: No Gas for This Electric Pickup!

Watch out Ford Lightning! Chevrolet is launching its Silverado EV, a fully electric pickup, with first deliveries of the Work Truck variant in Spring 2023.

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Driving the 2022 Lexus NX

Electric Lexus models are coming, but this automaker’s ‘green’ mainstay for now is the hybrid and PHEV like the new Lexus NX hybrid.

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ELMS Urban Delivery EV

Electric vans present an ideal answer for tradesmen and fleets that operate within defined areas, like the zero-emission ELMS Urban Delivery.

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Amazon's Electric Delivery Van

Start-up auto manufacturer Rivian has developed the Rivian Electric Delivery Van (EDV) to fill the need for zero-emission last mile delivery service operations.

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Electric Delivery Vans are on a Roll

Electrification is picking up speed, but it isn’t just electric cars and pickups that matter. Delivery vans represent an important part of the evolving electric vehicle space, offering an outsized environmental return for the investment since they’re constantly in motion.

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New F-150 is Lightning Fast

It wasn’t all that long ago that the idea of an all-electric pickup was merely a gleam in some engineer’s eye. Enter the Ford F-150 Lightning.

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Electrified Ford E-Transit Van

Ford makes a significant investment in the cargo, tradesman, and fleet market with its electric van, the Ford E-Transit.

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GMC Hummer EV Pickup

The GMC Hummer EV and upcoming Cadillac Lyriq are the first vehicles being built on GM’s modular Ultium Drive Architecture at GM’s retooled Factory Zero plant.

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Life With Toyota’s Sienna

The Swiss Army Knife of mobility, the minivan was a family staple before buyers began moving on to trendy SUVs. The Toyota Sienna plans to change that.

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